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  1. POOR MAN’S BAR MONITOR When COLT produced the R80 MONITOR Automatic Machine rifle in 1931, a lightened and shortened version of the Browning Automatic Rifle, only 125 were made. The FBI received most of them and many orders from law enforcement agencies across the US went unfilled. Today, for those few Monitors that were properly registered by 1968, there are numerous collectors willing to pay six-figure prices to add one to their collection. Here is a fully-transferable alternative! This BAR was originally a Marlin Rockwell 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle, later updated to a 1918A2 and so marked on the receiver. Before 1968, the rear tail of the receiver was cut off, leaving the operational portion of the receiver intact. This piece, from the forward edge of the receiver at the barrel threads, to a point behind the Locking Shoulder of the receiver, was not cut and remained a single piece. When a BAR is fired, the Bolt Locking Surface is positioned in the Locking Recess, fully-against the Receiver’s Locking Shoulder, fully-locking the action, to handle the powerful 30-06 cartridges. The piece of the receiver tail that was cut off, does not contribute to the locked strength of the receiver, but does support the bolt in its rearward movement after each shot. The cut edge of the receiver was squared off and two receiver pieces were fit and welded to it, to reconstruct the BAR receiver. Yes, this BAR receiver is not as desirable as an untouched, transferable WWI example, but this POOR MAN’S MONITOR would be more costly if it was based on an untouched receiver. Plus, THIS REWELDED, BARRELED, BAR RECEIVER WAS REGISTERED IN THE 1968 AMNESTY: MODEL 1918A2 BAR MANUFACTURED BY MARLIN ROCKWELL. Examine the many photographs. The barrel was shortened to 18 inches and has excellent rifling. The CUTTS Monitor Compensator was obtained from Kent Lomont, who contracted with an engineering firm to reproduce six beautiful examples. The pistol grip lower receiver is from a Fabrique Nacional BAR. It shoots only is full-auto. The cyclic rate of the BAR is about 500 rounds per minute, slow enough to easily fire multiple bursts from a single 20 round magazine. The magazines need to be either FN BAR 30-06 magazines, or US BAR magazines with the FN magazine catch notch added. See the magazine photo to best visualize this. Three magazines come with this BAR. This BAR functions well and is a unique experience to shoot. The Colt Monitor was a significant improvement for the BAR; the FBI recognized it and obtained most Colt’s production run as soon as they were produced. The photographs show the exterior surfaces of the where the welds are, and interior views of the welded areas. The receiver is finished in black Cerakote. $42,000, Fully-transferable. Transfers to your dealer promptly by eForms. For questions or to purchase this POOR MAN’S MONITOR, call (575) 405-0911 or email sales@fullautoclassics.com. Thank you!
  2. More Economical RUSSIAN WWII M38 50 MM MORTAR If you are just starting your collection of WWII or Communist Bloc weapons, this example of the 50mm Russian will save you a few $$$$. It is the same M38 type light mortar the Russians used to defeat the German invasion of their Fatherland from 1941 to the end of the war. This Model 38 Russian mortar, dated 1940, was also made before the German invasion and undoubtedly was used in much of that terrible four year conflict. This mortar has been reparkerized, has an excellent bore, and has a welded repair to the body of the tube. See photo. The repair is about the size of a quarter, and was not an ATF deactivation hole, which requires the hole to be the size of the bore, 50mm. It was either a repair to battlefield damage or a repair to a small hole someone drilled in the tube after it was removed from service. HOWEVER, its ATF Form 4 registration from 2008 designates the manufacturer as “SOVIET ARSENAL U.S.S.R.” If this mortar has been deactivated and not registered, and the deactivation hole was then welded up and it was registered on ATF Form 1 or 2, the manufacturer would be the name and address of the party reactivating it, not “SOVIET ARSENAL.” The details indicate it was never deactivated and, when originally registered, was a live M38 Russian mortar. YOU DECIDE. It employs the unique ranging system that bleads off combustion gas from the discharge for close-range shots. This Russian Mortar is classified as a destructive device and can only transfer to a licensed destructive device dealer, manufacturer or importer in your state, who can then transfer it to you. The transfer procedure is the same as transferring a suppressor, requiring the $200 transfer tax and other documentation. $3000 plus shipping. Email sales@fullautoclassics.com or call 575-405-0911. Thank you.
  3. RUSSIAN WWII M38 50 MM MORTAR This is your opportunity to add to your collection an original 50mm light mortar the Russians used to defeat the German invasion of their Fatherland. From its start in June of 1941, the Russian battle with the German Wehrmacht cost the lives of 20 million Russian citizens. This enormous confrontation on the Eastern Front, consumed vast amounts of military assets Hitler would otherwise have used against the Allied and American forces. This Model 38 Russian mortar, dated 1939, with a 1940 dated baseplate, was made before the German invasion and undoubtedly was used in much of that terrible four year conflict. This M38 mortar is all original, has an excellent bore, shows no signs of ever having been deactivated, and is Curio and Relic eligible. Its finish appears to be original, and it employs a unique ranging system that bleads off combustion gas for close-range shots. This Russian Mortar is classified as a destructive device and can only transfer to a C&R license holder or a licensed destructive device dealer, manufacturer or importer in your state, who will then transfer it to you. The transfer procedure is the same as transferring a suppressor, requiring the $200 transfer tax and other documentation. $4500 plus shipping. Email sales@fullautoclassics.com or call 575-405-0911. Thank you.
  4. GERNADE LAUNCHER M203 40MM Live, fully transferable, fully operational M203 40MM grenade launcher, to be mounted on M4 carbine, as pictured. THE M4 IS SHOWN FOR DEMONSTRATION ONLY AND IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE SALE. This low serial number (23) grenade launcher was manufactured in to US Govt specifications by AIRTRONIC USA, Chicago area, government weapons contractor, in 2008. It functioned perfectly using USGI inert 40mm Practice Ammunition. Videos are available, please email sales@fullautoclassics.com to receive them. This weapon is lots of fun to shoot with the blue projectile Practice Ammunition. Included are the two sighting systems shown in the photographs, the front barrel shroud and all mounting hardware. $6500 This is classified as a destructive device and can only transfer to a licensed destructive device dealer, manufacturer or importer in your state, who will then transfer it to you. The transfer procedure is the same as transferring a suppressor, requiring the $200 transfer tax. For questions, Email sales@fullautoclassics.com or call 575-405-0911.
  5. Post Samples Wanted

    I have some German 08 maxim machine guns advertised, but I don’t have an M 60. I’ve got a transferable BAR that I’ll post shortly and some destructive devices. And a Vickers is also posted currently. and I have some post 86 modern guns, police department trade ends, but they will require a a law-enforcement letter. Michael at M6
  6. One of the most difficult WWII bomber aircrew jobs was the Waist Gunner’s. He defended one side of the aircraft with a single 50 caliber Browning machinegun in a flexible mount. Most of these gun mounts were scrapped with the planes at the end of the war. This example, a Bell Aircraft Corporation version, serial number T 18462, has been expertly restored by Dan Spears, a former Navy pilot. The pictures show Dan’s perfection and workmanship. $6500 delivered. Email sales@fullautoclassics.com or call (575) 405-0911. Thank you.
  7. Sold American 180 S&S

    this is elementary, but: what does "PM Sent" mean? What does "quote" mean? thank you for your help.
  8. My guns fired, so maybe they have the bushing. How do I find that video? I know it’s an elementary question, but I’d appreciate a tip. I believe he was incorrect on one of the causes of malfunctions. One of My guns only works when I have the aluminum cooling radiator in a certain position, otherwise it drags. But he has presented so many details I did not know. I’m most appreciative for his work and you directing it to me. I am trying to convert one to 7.62 x 54 rimmed. Barrel Xchange made the barrel for me. But that’s how I broke my extractor!
  9. I don’t have a selector switch available either. But I sincerely think whoever posted that video. Fascinating valuable information. I’ve never seen it. Nw I need to take my guns apart and see if they have that little brass ring. Thank you for providing the video.
  10. do yo have any Chauchat extractors you would sell?
  11. WTB: First transferable MG

    I do not have one for sale, but buy a Sten Mk 2 as your first mg. They are much more fun than a MAC, and historic.
  12. COBRAY catalogs and accessories

    email me this topic and your email address and I will send a photo of what I have. sales@fullautoclassics.com
  13. I have Boys 55 ammo, in 5 round stripper clips, in cloth bandoleers. 100 Rds $5,000. sales@fullautoclassics.com
  14. I have two 50BMG barrels that came off Boys Rifles. text me this topic and your phone number and I will call when I have them in hand, to better describe them, if you are interested in purchasing one. 575-405-0911
  15. Post Samples Wanted

    M6 has the following Post 86 machine guns for sale: ALL REQUIRE LAW ENFORCEMENT LETTERS Single unit price H&K G36 KE3, 5.56mm caliber (2) $8,000 H&K 33A2, 5.56mm caliber (3) $6,000 H&K UMP sub machinegun in 45 ACP caliber (1) $12,000 H&K G3, 7.62 x 51-This is an early G3 manufactured in 1966 by H&K FMP in Portugal (2) $4,000 H&K MP5 9mm with accessories (3) $5,500 H&K MP5N 9mm with accessories (2) $6,000 Beretta PM-12 S 9mm sub machine gun (4) $4,500 FN FAL Caliber 7.62 x 51 made in Herstal, Belgium. With Bipod. (4) $4,000 The above Post 1986 dealer samples all require a “Law Enforcement Demonstration Letter” in order to receive an approved transfer from BATF. We will help you with this letter. Once you receive the Post 86 gun, you do need to demonstrate it to the government agency providing you with the LE Letter, and you need to document you have done so, with video, a letter from the agency, or otherwise. M6 is a Type 10 Manufacturer, however all of these Post 86 registered MGs are original, factory selective fire - full auto. None are conversions. Please email sales@fullautoclassics.com with your phone number and which firearm you are interested in. We will call you back in 48 hours.